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Sand Hollow Utah State Parks

Gems of the Utah State Park

As most RVers know, Utah has many beautiful destinations. Not only does the state have five national parks and six national monuments worthy of a visit, but also 43 excellent state parks.In 1999, while working on my book, Camping Utah, my husband, Mike, and I traveled more than 8,000 miles in Utah … Continue Reading

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Fall Festivals

ARIZONA Earth Harmony Sustainability FestivalOct. 3–4 — Hosted by Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage, this festival allows guests to learn about eco-living and experience it firsthand in Tumacacori on 220 acres in the beautiful Santa Cruz River Valley. Almost all of those acres are farmland and … Continue Reading

Big Bend National Park Texas

Big Bend—The Uncrowded National Park

Bordering 118 miles of the Rio Grande River in southwest Texas is one of America’s most isolated and strikingly beautiful national parks. The mountain and desert landscapes at Big Bend National Park are simply stunning.Big Bend was originally a Texas state park, but Congress moved to make it a national … Continue Reading

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Nancy and Bob Unden started coming to Slab City 28 years ago.

The Real People of Slab City

We all know that looks can be deceiving, but when you’re a full-time RVer that realization can happen with amazing frequency, and it can even enhance your life. I was reminded of that last winter when … [Read More...]

Basic Lentil Recipe

Comfort Food Recipes for Fall

Late this month the long, hot summer will give way to fall, and I for one will be happy to see it arrive. To help you get ready for those nights when you need a sweater for your evening stroll, we are … [Read More...]

Fishing at Halfway Oregon

Fishing with Grandpa

While most of my current fishing exploits involve “glamour fish” like salmon and trout, my boyhood in California was devoted to pursuing much humbler fare. During my summer vacation, I’d leave my … [Read More...]

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Queen of the Petrified Forest

There are so many interesting places to see in the U.S. that you can never hope to visit them all. The task is to sort out the ones that appeal to you and point your RV in that direction.The blogs … [Read More...]

Working from an RV Class A motorhome

Is Class A for Generation Y?

If you had wealthy parents, your first car may have been brand-new, but most of us started with an old used car that was basic transportation, and worked our way up to new models as our circumstances … [Read More...]

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RVing on Beaches

When most people think of a vacation at the beach, they think of sipping a margarita or watching their children make sand castles on a gorgeous strip of coastline. The problem is most beach front … [Read More...]

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